Ballot Drop Box Information

Bucks County will have several places for voters to drop off their completed ballots.

The hours for these drop boxes will be:

  • October 5-26: 8:00AM – 4:30PM, Monday through Friday
  • October 27-November 2 (extended hours): 8:00AM – 7:00PM Monday-Friday, 12PM-5PM Saturday and Sunday
  • November 3 (Election Day): 8:00AM – 8:00PM

Remember: No naked ballots! Please remember to place your completed ballot in the secrecy envelope when you’re voting by mail.

Volunteers needed!

With only weeks to go until the election we need all hands on deck to help elect Democrats up and down the ballot on Election Day.  Volunteers are needed now all the way through Election Day (and beyond) for everything from get-out-the-vote efforts to planting signs and helping at polling places.  If you haven’t filled out our volunteer interest survey, please do so today.
To volunteer, please click the link below to be taken to a short survey where you can indicate your interests and availability to help.  After your information is received, we will be in touch with more instructions or information.

Click here to take the survey!

IMPORTANT:  Even if you’ve already reached out to us in other ways such as email or a phone call, please complete the survey so we have all the information in one place.  However, if you already filled it out, no need to do so again!

How to use our new voting machines!

Bucks County is getting new voting machines! In order to prepare yourself to cast your first ballot, please watch the video above. Voters with disabilities can also click here to see a video that describes the adaptive technology available to help any voter cast their ballot.

Want to see a new machine in action? You can also attend demonstrations as outlined below.

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